Tackling your F32 Writing Club

A spring board for future funding opportunities

Tackling your F32 Writing Club teaches grant writing fundamentals and provides strategies to address the many components of the NIH NRSA F32 Fellowship application, including a detailed training, mentoring, and research plans. It will also provide a grant writing tool box with templates to guide your proposal development.

2021 Tackling Your F32:

1. Didactic informative lectures are open to all pediatric learners (no space limitations) 

  • F32 Kick Off Meeting - August 19th, noon-1PM - Speakers: Drs. Allison Guerin & Orit Rapaport
  • Writing Crystal Clear Specific Aims - September 2nd, noon-1 PM - Speaker: Dr. Crystal Botham
  • Pearls of Wisdom: How to Write a Research Training Plan - October 7th, noon-1 PM - Speaker: Dr. Bonnie Halpern-Felsher

2.  Interactive peer feedback sessions are open to a small group of applicants (Space is limited at these sessions so sigh up today!) and scheduled on Thursdays starting September 9 to November 11, 2021 at noon-1:30 PM. In addition, each participant will receive individual guidance and detailed feedback on their proposal from Dr. Orit Rapaport. 

Didactic Informative Lectures

Learn grantsmanship fundamentals at dynamic lectures from experts

Interactive Peer Feedback Sessions

Receive individualized feedback and learn how to "think like a reveiwer" at peer review sessions

One-on-One Meetings

Obtain individual guidance and detailed feedback

2021 Speakers

Orit Rapaport, PhD

Research Development Strategist

Lecture: An overview of the F32 requirements

Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD

Professor - Pediatrics, Director of Fellowship Research

Lecture: Pearls of Wisdom: How to Write a Resarch Training Plan

Justin Crest, PhD

Research Development Strategist

Peer Review: Approach

Allison Guerin, PhD

Director of Education - Pediatrics

Lecture: Stanford's pre-award processes

Anna Gloyn, PhD

Professor - Pediatrics

Peer Review: Significance

Crystal Botham, PhD

Director of Research Development - Pediatrics

Lecture: Writing Crystal Clear Specific Aims

Suzan Carmichael, PhD

Professor - Pediatrics

Peer Review: Biosketch